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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. it is tryday friday, january 15th, you've made it almost to the wind. that's "on my mind" you love this. >> ellie goulding, yeah. >> and what is on the show today, hoda? >> well, we asked you for pictures of the messy fridge, you guys did not disappoint. and so we sent madelyn out to get rid of what you should get rid of and organize the way you should to stay healthy, and she is going to show you how to do it yourself. >> and you know, we spend so much money on food, and your tendency is not the throw it out, but a was you remember how much it cost when you bought it, but you will learn some stuff. >> all right. >> and should you make the leap and buy a house with your
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engaged or married yet? >> and bobbie is buzzing with the things you never heard of, but loyal fans -- is that glozell green? >> oh, no. >> and this is going to be advice that you wish you had it beforerehe holidays -- how to look younger in photos. >> too late now. >> and remember all of these tips when taking photos. sharon stone showed us how she does it. she posted this pic on instagram. >> what? >> yeah. >> she looks very fresh-faced. any way, she's putting the hands on the sides of her face and pulling it ever so slightly back. well, that is great, but you can't go through like looking like that. >> okay. let's try it. let's see how we do. >> you look fabulous. >> let's see, kath. yeah. good. >> and you see, if i wanted to start talking to you, it is ridiculous. >> like this. >> how are you? >> just lean on one.
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>> pull up half. >> this is the trailer out for "my big fat greek wedding ii" and they have the answer on how to take a younger looking picture. fake take a look. >> all right. >> pull my neck. >> pull. >> all right. pull my neck, one, two, pull [ laughter ] >> now that, that works. that works. you can go through life that way. >> oh, wow. >> i love it. >> let me pull yours at the same time. vifrnlgts a terrible neck. >> pull my neck. >> oh. >> memories -- >> we need clothes pins. >> or facelift, how about that. according to -- >> we'll show you. first of all, you need to get a selfie stick. >> check. >> the first thing you have to do is put the camera higher than your head.
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>> not as good. no. >> look from up here. >> hey. >> drop your chin a lilile. lolo slightly upward. lean forward. we look awful. take a full body shot -- okay. stand up together. >> i hate full body shots, hoda. >> you know who to do them better than anybody. >> no, i don't. >> it says turn your body 45 degrees. what does that mean? what? >> that way. >> put your weight -- weight on the back -- >> put your weight on the back? >> mm-hmm. >> and slightly bend the knee closest to the camera is that >> mm-hmm. >> that's it. they have the picture perfect thing across the. no. >> it's hard work! >> how do you hold the stick and
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>> i don't know. >> no. no no. look how straight on looks, bad. look at the side -- forget it. it's not worth it. >> just age gracefully. gratefully. nobody is more annoying than every time you get together with them it is not about the latest book they read or the people they -- but do you think that i need a facelift? no, no, no, that's what they want to ask me all the time. how do you think? should i? have you heard which doctor is better? can we just talk about something else? >> something else. >> yes. so how about child geniuses. >> all right there. a lifetime show that people love and it is called "child genius." warning, if you think that you are smart, realize you're not. these kids are young, they partnered with the american mensa to have kids compete with high iqs for $100,000. >> how obnoxious. >> and the first episode tested math memory.
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zone and do it well. >> and what is 30% of 450? >> 135. >> correct. pen down. at 67, 48 and 216 and finally 501. >> 832. >> correct. >> 878. >> correct. >> 65. >> correct. >> 515. >> correct. you answered nine answers correctly. great job. >> the kid's a genius. >> those problems were easy for these kids. so this is about testing under pressure for the memory round, and someone had to memorize the orderer of shuffled cards in a deck of 52. so let's watch. >> what? >> i don't know. what? >> we play first. >> we play first? >> wait.
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flip these cards over. jack, 5, 8, ace and king. okay. turn them all over. okay. now what are we supposed to do? now we check back in 30 second, and while we do this, we will watch the other kid memorize 52. >> let's watch him. >> no! no! i don't care about that! >> 3 of diamonds, 4 of spades, 9 of clubs, ace of spades, jack of hearts, 8 of spades, 2 of clubs, 9 of diamonds. >> chancellor, you named all 52 cards correctly. great job. >> oh, my gosh, that sun believable.
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first of all, you are trying to remember and they are all saying them and you are going -- i remember the first one was a jack. >> and then it is like 5, 8, and ace and that is a king. >> yes. >> but what were the suits? >> nobody knows the suits. >> no we just know the numbers. >> i think we did pretty darn well after all of that. [ applause ] >> i would rather talk about dogs that can read emotions than menopausal women who can read the cards. >> and can't remember things. so what -- bam can read your emotions, right? your dog? >> yes, i think that all dogs can unless they are trained to be fighters. look at him. >> researchers now -- i guess there's science behind what we already know, dogs are able to recognize your emotions when you're sad a a stuff. they can tune into the feelings, and i have come home from a hard day at work sometimes and sat in the chair and watched blake just run over.
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>> he is a jaunty little fellow. >> he has a lot of head and not a lot of body. >> sort of like -- nevermind. all righty. do you use emojies? because if you do, and you use a lot of them, it means that you have sex on the brain. i do not believe this. did a survey of more than 5,000 singles on emojis. they say it's a safe method of choice when it comes to digital flirting. >> and you just read it the way you wanted to if i sent you a winking eye. >> and if somebody is saying they love you, hugs. instead of, how was your day and then you have one of the guys going mwah and you responded and it's nice. most -- i don't sext much less text. i'm doing the little emojis because they're easy. >> i think when people are
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if anybody winks at you on twitter. >> that is a wink? who wantntto have sex with thaha >> well, anthony. >> oh, anthony. >> anthony. anthony texts and yes. >> all right. >> and there are big colors to avoid and one of our friends came into the studio yesterday in the hugest, big -- >> get rid of this. >> my gosh, i have two dresses in this colorments. >> i know. you've worn them a lot. >> look how -- yeah, terrible. >> look what it does to your skin. >> makes you sallow looking, you know? >> not good. >> unless you're doing a commercial for grapes, don't do that. >> remember r at's out. >> all right. >> what else? >> this we're dying to see -- dog and little toddler love each other so much they wear matching outfits. >> reagan is a 1-year-old labradoodle. >> stop it. >> standing up. has a sense of style.
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and so the owners love to match the dog and the foster grandson in matching colors. and there they are in the p.j.s. >> you can't find them in pet stores, the owners buy them and fit them to match the pup. >> look at him there. >> and oh, just so you know that reagan only wears the outfits for a few minutes, so if you are thinking that he is mistreated. >> he looks like a very happy dog. >> this is my favorite time of the whole week. >> yes. >> friday funny. >> this one is actually pretty funny. >> okay. we're ready. >> honey, honey, said a husband to his wife, i just invited a friend over for lunch. he'll be here in 30 minutes. what, are you crazy, screamed the wife. the house is a mess, and i have haven't been shopping, and the kids are acting up, and this place is chaos, and i'm in a terrible mood. i know that, the husband said. and why then did you invite him?
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thinking about getting married. daggone it. i was so close. >> and you were totally selling it. no, you were in. it was fun to watch you when you get into it, and do the voices and things. any way, it worked until the end. >> still thinking about anthony having sex with everybody. >> and those emojies. anthony! yeah, it is a fresh new year, and so why not freshen up the fridge. >> madelyn is going to show you how to tend the food in the
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new year, new you, and new fridge, that's what our resident health and nutritionist
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>> and you don't have to drop a lot of cash, but there are some tips to organize your refrigerator. >> and before she shares her tips with you, she went to the home of a view tore offer her some advice. >> let's take a look. first we have what you call your graveyard sauces. things that have been around before christmas, used them once or twice, get rid of it. >> those are really old. i should throw them out. >> i would throw them out. >> i just ate that one. this is like a little treat i got for myself, never ate. >> here you have this beautiful chicken. i don't want it to go to waste. >> you need to have it covered in a dry container or else it will dry out. >> leftover pizza is great, you wrapped it securely, but the leftover cooked food rule is about five days. >> this is the snack drurawer, for the boys, how does it look?
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nice and clean, fruit and vegetable, and the easy to grab low-fat cheesesticks. perfect choice. >> and the verdict on the freeze er. >> never throw away the bananas. and you froze them, but peel them first. and you are on the right track with the frozen vegetable, and toss them in a zip lock bag so they won't get freezer burn, and that they will be fresh when you want to cook with them. you did a good job on the freezer. nice work. >> great job. >> you did pretty well. >> let's start with the staples we should have in the fridge. >> you don't have to spend a lot of money, but start with a clean fridge. no smelly cleaners, no bleach or anything like that. just a little soap and water. nice, korean fridge. get rid of a lot of your old things, duplicated condiments, but more importantly you want low fat dairy, eggs, and always store them inside, not in the egeg container on the side. >> why do they make the egg containers on the side? >> it sounded like a good idea at the time. >> it's colder inside.
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almost 40% of the food we're buy rr buying and eating gets thrown away. >> and fruits and veggies, they have special drawers that say fruits and veggies. >> and that is not an accident. you want to keep the fruits and the vegetables separate, because the fruits emit a little gas that can spoil your vegetables. and look for a little color. >> and poor hoda, she just can't eat cabbage. >> and something that many people will do, which sort of aspirational thinking of i will get a whole head of broccoli, or cauliflower or something. >> and there are little droplets of water, and kathie lee can't stand it. >> i can't stand that. >> and how old is that. >> we get this broccoli, we think we'll make some soup or a side dish, and when it gets yellow and gnarly a better option is s >> we should not waste the electricity. >> shut the fridge. >> okay.
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and you are will put them in flowerettes, and these are the things that will you use. put them in a bag, small amounts over time. and another option is frozen vegetables. people think frozen andre not as good, but stock up on frozen vegetables because they will not go bad. >> you talked about wrapping pizza. let's talk about the pizza and why it's important. you want leftovers, you can't leaf thing leave things out because they dry out and get smelly. >> wax paper? >> yeah. that's wax paper. you can use seran wrap. wrap it up and put it in a zippy and put it back in the fridge. your fridge won't smell. >> and what about chinese boxes? >> if it is whole grain or something like that, put it in a bag and put it in the fridge. >> in the fridge. >> yes, because at the room temperature, it can spoil quickly, and the whole grain can
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stuff. >> and tomatoes are in the fridge? >> no to mate toes come out of the fridge. >> exactly. >> you can always -- the best thing to do to avoid the odors, cover everything. >> arm and hammer. >> yeah. keep it here. keep it all the way open. >> all the way open. you have to open it up. >> all the way, not just a little. >> all the way. take the top off. >> thank you. >> you're the best. >> now to find out what you should keep and what you should toss from your fridge go to and madelyn wants to tackle your pantry, so if you live in new york city area, and you would like madelyn to come to your home and embarrass you, post a picture of your pantry to our facebook page. >> if you want to see a video that will make you smile. this one does the job. webtastic coming up.g up. it's the little things in life that make me smile. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold, because my dentures fit well.
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>> time now for webtastic, and this is one you will be sending to all the your friends. >> a lot of people start the new year looking for a new job. >> and here is what interviewer really sounds like to the interviewee. >> hey before we get started, i may get pulled into a meeting. >> already hate you so much. >> it's so great to meet you. >> i'm a girl. you're a girl. we're all girls. >> have a seat. drink? >> that is rhetorical, because i am not getting you anything to drink. >> i love your resume, so much good stuff here. >> i actually haven't read your resume at all. this is a blank piece of paper. >> you seem a bit overqualified, and there must be something wrong with you.
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fastcompany released thihi video to help everybody on a job interview trap. >> they are the questions that seem innocent, but they have a double meaning. >> what's coming up? actor kevin sorbo is here, and he is an internet sensation. >> and bobbie is buzzing about
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we're back on this try day friday, and time for bobbie's buzz. and thanks to social media's selfies, some brands are quickly getting new followers.
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>> i like how we have this. >> honestly, dotcom was the boom of the bunch of boutique beauty brands, but selfies have spawned million dollar beauty businesses. makeup geek. this is marlana who was a high school teacher and started a beauty apprentice and now it is $10 million a year. >> what? how did it explode? >> it exploded with all these selfies you see. consumers were tagging the brand, showing the makeup off. >> color pop is another color brand you probably never heard of. these are colors that you may think what? >> like your lipstick? >> let me tell you, these colors are limited edition, they sell out. they look to fans to ask for the
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them are just flying off the shelf. >> lip and cheek. >> lip, cheek, eyes. >> green and red. >> now, you probably heard of kylie jenner, who sold out of her lip tick, but melt was before kylie. kylie was copying some of these ind indie brands. kathie lee, you are getting this one. >> and get after it. >> it is not showing up, because she has -- ooh, oh, my god, she is dying. she is miserable. >> and this is charcoal gray, and we have a graphic of the color chart that we can put up. charcoal gray, forest green. all of these fun colols. >> nothing better than kathie lee's face right now. thank you so much. >> people at home, look at the graphics of the colors. >> who does this? >> these are limit editions, and they sell out.
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glitter, glitter and more. it's makeup for unicorns this is the hottest thing online. if you don't know this, your grandkids, even bobbie thomas is buying all of these bright, fun sugary cosmetics. and there are boutique specialty brands that are serving a focus. ex1 decided there wasn't enough of a range for skin tones, so they have given us only warm tones. and so a lot of women have found their color tones from a niche store. and also, the lashes that you can, too, go on to see the instagram feed. >> i know. >> don't put me on it. >> let me add it up. >> oh, my god. >> don't put anymore on there. >> it looks so -- look at the two of you. >> that's so pretty. >> okay. you want to surprise your sweetie on valentine's day without blowing the budget?
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>> and go ahead. >> there are some great ideas for you. >> look at kath's face. right after this.. (cell phone rings) where are you? well the squirrels are back in the attic. mom? your dad won't call an exterminator... can i call you back, mom? he says it's personal this time... if you're a mom, you call at the worst time. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. where are you? it's very loud there. are you taking a zumba class? did you know there's a cough liquid that lasts for twelve hours? try delsym twelve hour cough liquid. its advanced formula releases powerful medicine that acts fast while its extended release medicine lasts for 12 hours.
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hi, i'm andy stanley. what if there was a new year's resolution that made you a better person and the world a better place? i think there is, and that's exactly what we're talking about
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if you are having a tough time with long distance romance. >> or if you want to take the next big step in your relationship, listen to what our experts have to say. >> here from "howhow to get the and matchy matchy, we
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>> my boyfriend and i were looking at a house, and should couples purchase or buy a home before they get married. >> should she be cornered, jessica? >> and yes, she should be. and emotionally, and financially and legally and hopefully you are on the way to getting engaged. >> what would you say? >> i would not do it. >> i don't have a problem with them being engaged, because if they have been together for ten years, and this is a solid couple that is stable, it doesn't have to be about marriage, it has to be about them genuinely making the commitment for life. marriage is an indicator of that, of course. if they've only been together a year, don't do it. if they know, we're stable, go for it. >> all right. here's a question from jackie. >> i'm a college student on a budget. what are some inexpensive but special ways to surprise your significant other on valentine's day. >> oh, i want to hear these answers. >> i think that's a great question. i think that valentine's day should always be inpen sieve. it's become such a
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it's pressure if you're single, pressure if you're a couple it costs so much money. don't buy a dozen roses on valentines day. it cost ten times what it normally costs. do something that is meaningful to you as a couple. >> give some suggestions. >> my ex and i used to love the film "the holiday." >> you keep about talking about exes. it's great. >> "the holiday" with jude law. when they all came into the room with the tent and the little girls, she loves that scene. so i built a tent in the bedroom so that the whole thing was like walking into the holiday with, like, all her favorite foods and everything. >> you did not. >> i did. >> something like that doesn't cost a lot, but it creates an experience. anything that creates an atmosphere and experience -- >> the best valentines days i ever had, i was a student.
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covered strawberries, because i mentioned randomly once i liked them. he just made them. this was the kind of guy he was. this was a big gesture. >> and you didn't forget it. >> and anything with somebody's name on it is disproportionately meaningful. engraving costs very little, but it means a lot. >> and alex has a question. >> how do you make long distance more tolerable if one person is into it, and the other person is not. >> from the beginning if one person is not intoo it -- the only way long distance works is if both people are committed to it. but what i say is don't go down the normal route which is skype. you video skype and talk that way all the time. go old school. send letters. one of the nice things you can do is start watching a a new tv series together. >> but if they're different times -- >> even an hour a day where you sit there and do something normal together instead of expecting entertainment from
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>> i think there has to be a plan to end the distance, especially someone in the relationship is not into the distance. because it's either going to be painful now to end that relationship if the other person is not committed or painful later. >> it seems they already had problems. >> kids, we have more but we're out of time. >> so sab. >> thank you for having us. >> if you have a question or two for matthew and francesca, go to and hit like. we'll talk to
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>> so, everybody, listen to this statistic, every 30 seconds somebody becomes a victim of human trafficking, which has growing global crime. >> and more alarming more than 1 million children are trafficked each year according to unicef. and now one movie is hoping to
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>> it is called "caged no more." and two of the stars, kevin sorbo and alan powe, are with us, but first, let's take a look at a this. >> we have a picture. that's skye. she looks just like madison. >> yes, she does. >> and what if it was madison, would you not move heaveveand earth to get her? >> of course. >> i couldn't be there for madison, dad, but let me get these girls. >> wow. >> good to see you guys, even though it is a tough subject matter. >> and that is cassidy gifford. >> was my daughter, cass. >> she did a great job. >> second movie she was in with you. last one made over 100 million. >> she did a great job. >> and it is going to be educating people that every 30 seconds, and think of that. and why did you want to be involved with this one, both of you? >> i read the script, and i have
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>> three good reasons. >> three fantastic reasons, and i read the script and i was just compelled and i want to bring the awareness to the issue, and i was not aware of it nearly as much as i needed to be. it is something they learned thousands of miles away is what i thought, but it is literally in our backyard. >> and wasn't it difficult to shoot this for cass? >> yes, she played a 17-year-old girl whose father sells her into the sex trade. >> the evil twin. >> was it tough to play two people? >> at least they put me in -- they did all the bad guy stuff all in one segment. >> so you didn't have to go back and forth. >> i didn't have to jump back and forth and have this chaotic psychological breakdown. but like alan said, i had no idea that it was as big as it was in america. we actually had golf your bobby jindal in the movie with us, because it's a huge problem in louisiana as well.
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but -- >> you don't think about it. you think about all the crimes we cover -- i was in the new foors long time,news for a long time, but that topic doesn't get a lot of attention. >> and it is not something that happens overseas, but every year. >> and we put chips in the pets because we love them so much, if they get lost, we want to find them. honestly, through this whole experience, learn being it, if my daughter were young now, i would put a chip in her. if they don't find you within 24 hours, there's a good chance you will never be found again. >> yeah. >> and you guys are very talented. alan, you also sing? >> i do. >> we just happen to have a little music cued up. shall we listen? >> what is the name of this song? >> that is called "you have my heart." you have my heart >> nice. >> you sound great. >> how often do you get out
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>> well, three years ago i stopped doing the road a lot, because i have kids now, and we have shifted griers gears, and we do a lot of youtube videos. >> and what is the name of the group? >> anthem light. >> anthem light. >> and you have a couple of projects coming out? >> yes. and i like to stay busy. i just sold a pilot, and shooting it. >> good. if you see my daughter out there, give her my love, and tell her to call her mommy. all right? >> "caged no more" hits theaters
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> a little bit of a bittersweet day. we want to give a shoutout to our culinary director, biancab borges who is up in the kitchen right now. >> she joined our team in 1999 and moving on to the new fantastic things. >> come on down here, bianca. >> and can you come down here on the down the stairs a and in the meantime, okay or not okay. >> and for the grammys next month, some singers have complained publicly about being >> a concert that he only got two grammy nods. omarion ranted after getting snubbed, and jason aldean said that he was frustrated and complained about being left out of the grammy awards.
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not okay about being snubbed. here's what we had to say about that. you can be disappointed, but that is okay, but you can express it without coming off as a petulant whiner. >> thank you. >> and i are will say that what she said and this one, it's not >> such a cliche. whatev. >> bianca, thank you. >> let's hear t everybody. >> come on. >> we love you, sweetheart. >> why you are leaving us? >> why you are leaving us? >> it a has to be bittersweet for you, and i don't mean like the chocolate. >> we have a cake and some bubbly for you. >> oh. >> so you don't know exactly what you're going to do -- >> like the bubbly i poured for other people. >> after all those years. we love you. >> bianca is in charge of every single beautiful dish you see. most of them. she makes them herself. >> with her fabulous team.
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>> aren't we going miss her. >> we're still going to work together on cookbooks and stuff. not going all of the way out of >> and you can borrow her, too, hody. >> thank you. and bianca, we love you and we will miss you so much. and we have a big week coming monday. >> you have to tune in for that. everybody. >> where can they see you this weekend, hoda? >> in virginia and new orleans. enjoy. >> check your local listings. hoda! >> go to the web page, it is on there. >> bye, everybody. have a great weekend. >> bianca, we love you. >> oh, hoda. no, we wanted to do that, and we really didn't. >> bye-bye n. now. my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere.
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